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    This was probably parked outside of a clan rally. The south is the most blatantly racist geographical region of the states. This goes well with the KA flag when one remembers their Old South parade incident at bama. Indiscretion NF.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago
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      i don’t know anyone from the US that calls it “the states” and also you spelled clan wrong if you are referring to the kkk. the north has a fair share of racist people as well, and to wrap it up, its a march not a parade

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago
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      Self-righteous liberal prick. I don’t know anyone who is racist, only people who hate lazy bums who sit on their front porch and suck from the teets of the federal government at the expense of the working class.

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago
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    I solute the only KA Order that has been open longer then the Alpha Delta Chapter of KA. Frat on brother and keep that KA flag flying high.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago
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      jamarkus iota phi delta

      The stars and bars is racist, it represents slavery and a defeated nation. The whole “States rights” thing is bullshit, sure the Civil War was fought over states rights, the right to own slaves. Trying to defend flying it for “Southern Pride” is bullshit too, it’s like trying to fly a Nazi flag and saying it just represents German Pride. Still being butthurt that yall got your asses handed to you by the union, NF.

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      Mitchell TaFRAT

      North =NF South =Fratting hard, and the whole “states right” was about being taxed unfairly so we stood up and seceded so read up on your history because in 1860 80% of Union money was from Southern Tarrifs

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago
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      Fratology 101

      “Southern Pride” is important but “we” fly it to piss gdi yankees off as well!
      …I believe what the first reply meant to explain is how the highway in Jackson, Miss. splits into two segregated demographics. 15th amendment rights are Constitutional but does not mean everyone agrees with it.

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 4 years ago

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